Gomoa Tekyiam is a village in the central region of Ghana which falls under Gomoa East Municipal Assembly, a farming community where women are empowered to make a livelihood for their children. It is also surrounded by five other villages which have no health facilities available. The road network that leads to the village is also so bad that it makes ambulance services extremely difficult. Because it is a farming community, bites from snakes and others wild animals are common, and since those in the villages must travel miles to seek medical attention, sometimes they do not survive ailments that would otherwise be easily treatable. Similarly, there is no nearby clinic around for pregnant women to attend antenatal care services. This has lead to a higher child mortality rate in the district. The clinic will serve five villages across the district and is critically needed by those who live there.